The Sri Lakshmi Tirupatamma Temple, which was built in the 17th century, attracts many devotees throughout the year and is one of the most famous temples in the Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, whose phenomenal growth began from the date of his immolation. (Agnipravesham).
Every year thousands of devotees visit the temple in search of the blessings of Sri Lakshmi Tirupatamma talli (Mother / Goddess) during Tirunallu (Ritual celebrated during the months of March and April). Penuganchiprolu is a village located in the Krishna district of the state of Andhra-Pradesh, India. This place is on the border of the Krishna district and the Khammam district.
Sri Tirupatamba is worshiped in the Penuganchiprolu temple as the image of “Shakti”. She preached the virtues of life to her devotees and made it her residence in Penuganchiprolu. Mudiraj Papamamba was her main devotee and therefore her family members are ordained to perform poojas and other sevas in the Temple.
According to folklore, 101 temples existed in ancient times and therefore it was considered as Pedakanchipuram. Muniyeru (a stream) that flows through the Temple and is said to have been created with the spiritual power of Moudgalya Maharishi and therefore received her name.
The temple is located in Penuganchiprolu village of Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Guntur to Penuganchiprolu – 100 Kms
Vijayawada to Penuganchiprolu – 72 Kms
Nandigama to Penuganchiprolu – 18 Kms
Jaggaiahpeta to Penuganchiprolu – 18 Kms
Kodada to Penuganchiprolu – 35 Kms
Khammam to Penuganchiprolu – 50 Kms
Madhira to Penuganchiprolu – 18 Kms
The nearest railway station is Madhira the distance bitween Penuganchiprolu to Madhira is 18 km
The nearest Airports are Vijaywada International Airport (Gannavaram) and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (Hyderabad).
93 K.M From Vijaywada International Airport (Gannavaram) to Penuganchiprolu.
199 K.M from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (Hyderabad) to Penuganchiprolu.